Perfect Order Performance



APQC’s data shows that there is room for organizations to improve with regard to perfect order performance. Because this measure spans multiple logistics activities, organizations can break down the factors that go into a perfect order to determine if individual activities can be made more efficient. Improvement in performance is driven, in large part, by implementing improved processes. The process begins with determining which key performance indicators (KPIs) are most important to the business model, analyzing the relationship between those measures and using that analysis to help drive process improvement where needed.

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